cc licensed ( BY NC ) flickr photo shared by Thomas Hawk The "syndication bus" is the Groomian term for the use of RSS aggregation technology that allows a class/community to run as both a hub and a decentralized network of blogs- individuals publish in their own space. The class ...

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UPDATE June 19, 2013 Since twitter has killed their version 1 API, there is no longer a public RSS feed provided for twitter activity. Expect new solutions to emerge, one that is usable now is this method from labnol to convert the new JSON feeds to RSS using a Google ...

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cc licensed ( BY NC ) flickr photo shared by Thomas Hawk We are big on hubs here at the hub of CogDogBlog. In fact, well, let's say I am writing something profound about networks and syndication, mainly because I am setting up and testing some blog syndication for Alec ...

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and covering up our questionable practices... It's been a few days since I fanned the flames of how a big time edu consultant was republishing from other bloggers as their own. Its so easy to sweep your shit crap poop Numero 2 under the rug. It just smells a bit, but ...

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from TheVine It seems pretty simple. If I post an image on flickr, I go there (or get an RSS feed) to see what comments have been added. If I want to see what people said in response to my blog posts, I go here (or again, read my own feed). ...

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cc licensed flickr photo shared by ejhogbin Calendar data has always stumped me- on one hand it seems rather structured -- something (data) happens on a date (data) maybe at a place (data) but it is something people much more savvy than I struggle with as it gets more complex... but ...

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The link came from an actual comment to a blog entry-- imagine that, a useful link from a comment! BlogSieve ("Advanced Feed Processing for Atom, RDF, and RSS") is a new service that is fresh out and has potential for those wanting to mix RSS feed sources and recombine them ...

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Maybe some readers are all over RSS and massive amounts of syndication of content, but I am jazzed whenever I discover some small, useful, time saving way to make use of the Small Technologies Loosely Joined. Using free web content services like flickr, del.icio.us, Technorati that can travel the RSS ...

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Just like my bookmarks, for a while I have noticed (and done little) about the discrepencies of the RSS feeds I have on my work and home computers. So in the contnued spirit of the work of Brian "Housecleaning" Lamb, I devoted some time to cleaning up the doghouse. Mainly ...

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